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forsake
used in The Age of Innocence

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to abandon or give up on — such as someone who needs you, or an idea, or a place
  • All the beauty that had forsaken her face seemed to have taken refuge in the long pale fingers and faintly dimpled knuckles on his sleeve, and he said to himself: "If it were only to see her hand again I should have to follow her—."
    Chapter 33 (43% in)

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